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Egypt Seals Two Silver Medals at the French Open World Taekwondo

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Egypt Seals Two Silver Medals at the French Open World Taekwondo

Photo Credit: Hedaya Malak’s Official Facebook page

Egypt celebrates two champions winning two silver medals at the 13th Tournoi International de Paris – French Open World Taekwondo – celebrated in Paris, on 17 November till 19 November.

The 24-year-old Taekwondo champion Hedaya Malak snatched the silver medal at the – 67 kg competition. Also, the 17-year-old Mohamed Farag obtained the medal at the – 58 kg competition granting Egypt another silver medal.

 

Malak has previously won the bronze medal at the 2016 Rio’s Summer Olympics.

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